Football

Avram Grant leaves West Ham

By Danny Caro, May 16, 2011

Avram Grant has left West Ham following Sunday's 3-2 defeat at Wigan Athletic which sealed their relegation from the Premier Division.

The Hammers threw away a 2-0 lead to become the first team to go down from the top-flight this season.

"Avram Grant is no longer the manager of West Ham United," a statement said.

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JC MSFL Matchday 35 review

By Danny Caro, May 15, 2011

Manchester Maccabi lifted the Peter Morrison Trophy after beating on penalties while Inter Borehamwood clinched the JC MSFL Division Four title.

MATCHDAY 35 HEADLINES
PMT - Manchester win cup final shootout
Div 4 - Borehamwood clinch title after five-goal thriller

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Jacobson: Stanley can make final push

By Danny Caro, May 13, 2011

Joe Jacobson has set his sights on finishing an excellent season by leading Accrington Stanley to playoff glory.

The 24-year-old, who signed a permanent deal with the League Two club last January following a successful loan spell, has been an integral part of John Coleman's side.

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Winston shuffles his pack

May 12, 2011

Ben Winston has been forced to make two changes to his Maccabi GB Open football squad competing at the European Maccabi Games in Vienna.

Faithfold midfielder Paul Babai replaces teammate Alex Levack while Jake Gottlieb makes way for Neasden colleague George Fierstone.

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Rose blooms for HMH

May 12, 2011

An extra-time double from Daniel Rose helped HMH come from behind to win the John Rubens Cup.

The Under 16 final at Rowley Lane looked set to go Manchester Maccabi's way as they forged into a 3-1 lead.

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Wood stay on course

May 12, 2011

Inter Borehamwood have taken the Division Four title race to the last weekend of the season following an 8-2 win over Los Blancos.

Adam Newman (3), Ben Zelouf, Joe Levy, Joel Lassman, Jerome Colmans and Richard Winton were the marksmen.

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South finish in style

May 12, 2011

South Manchester Sports Club 1st rounded off their Accountants League Premier season with their third win on the bounce to finish in the lofty position of fifth.

Missing a host of regulars against Manchester Villa, a number of players were forced to play out of position but this seemed to encourage quick passing football and within 20 minutes they were two goals to the good.

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Sharpe: Victory was a long time coming

By David Gold, May 12, 2011

Sporting JLGB manager Gavin Sharpe praised his squad after clinching their first-ever piece of silverware with a thumping 5-1 win over Crumpsall in the Tony Cohen Memorial final.

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Wingate's & Finchley's finest hour

By Danny Caro, May 12, 2011

Aron Sharpe has described Tuesday's London Senior Cup final success as his finest hour after Wingate & Finchley completed a historic treble.

Having won the Ryman League Cup in March, the Blues earned promotion to the Ryman League Premier for the first time after beating Brentwood Town in the playoff final on Saturday.

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Henry Swerner Cup final preview

By Danny Caro, May 12, 2011

James Bloom hopes that Faithfold can make it a cup double on Sunday when his Masters team take on double-chasing Brady Maccabi at Underhill.

With the club's MSFL A-team involved in the Peter Morrison Trophy final against Manchester Maccabi at Boundary Park, Bloom believe his troops have what it take to stop the Brady juggernaut.

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